New volunteers are needed to help guide visitors around a Lake District attraction.
Brockhole, a not-for-profit centre run by the Lake District National Park Authority, is looking for 'ambassadors' to meet and greet visitors on arrival, offer information and help them make the most out of their trip.
Nestled on the shore of Windermere, Brockhole, attracts around 200,000 visitors and locals every year.
Anyone interested in the opportunity can attend an informal open day at Brockhole on Saturday 14 March and Tuesday 17 March to find out more and visit the site.
To book a place or for further details about the opportunities available at Brockhole contact Lorraine Brierley on 01539 792605 or email Lorraine.firstname.lastname@example.org
The last 2 remaining Lancaster Bombers have flown over Windermere.
It's been billed a 'once in a lifetime opportunity' to see the planes used by the World War 2 Dambusters Raid. Fiona Marley Paterson was there.
The last 2 remaining Lancaster Bombers from the Dam Busters raid in WWII are flying past Brockhole National Park Visitor Centre in Windermere on what would have been the last pilot's 100th birthday.
Archie Johnstone from Grange-over-sands died in April.
Things are looking up for a visitor centre that has been unsuccessful and has been losing public money for the past few years.
Brockhole in the Lake District now has a master-plan to break even in two years' time.
The owners are hoping that a new visitor centre and watersports centre will bring in more tourists
They are also planning to restore the historic Thomas Mawson-designed garden.
Campaigners opposing the felling of the Brockhole Monkey Puzzle in the Lake District are holding a protest.
They want to chain themselves to the tree to prevent it being felled.
Campaigners opposing the felling of the Brockhole Monkey Puzzle are holding a protest.
The National Park aim to fell the heritage tree in November.
A request has gone into South Lakes MP Tim Farron to contact the Secretary of State to issue a Tree Preservation Order.